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Cornell Master of Public Health Program: Apply Now for Fall 2019

We are dedicated to training public health leaders who are inspired, developed, and deployed to ensure the health of people and the world in which we live. We want to change the world.

Personalize your MPH Degree

Concentrate your studies in Infectious Disease Epidemiology or Food Systems for Health, and receive 1:1 guidance from our public health faculty and research experts.

Cornell’s MPH Program Co-Sponsors three projects with the Atkinson's Academic Venture Fund

Cornell University’s Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future just announced that 12 projects will be funded via their Academic Venture Fund this year.

Master of Public Health Program plans local nutrition, disease prevention projects

New test measures men’s fertility

One University. One Public Health.

The nature of our ever-changing global community — including both people and animals within the environment — requires a comprehensive systems approach to public health to prevent disease, promote health, and improve the quality of life of the planet’s population as a whole. Cornell University is the country’s largest private Ivy League and federal land grant university and is comprised of 14 colleges and schools, in six locations throughout the world, with 1,648 faculty, 8,109 staff, 14,315 undergraduate, 5,265 graduate, and 2,324 professional students. A huge part of the research, work, and education that takes place across the university’s diverse body is in the realm of public health – including the health of humans, animals, the environment, and our planet as a whole.

Our Focus

Learning
 

Learning

Many Degree Options: Undergraduate, Masters & PhD Education in Public Health Fields
Collaboration
 

Collaboration

Faculty, Student and Staff Collaboration Across Colleges and Campuses
Impact
 

Impact

Research and Community Engagement for Impact: Locally and Globally